Shakedown Street-> Bertha-> Minglewood Blues, Friend Of The Devil-> El Paso, Tennessee Jed, Me & My Uncle-> Big River, Bird Song, Let It Grow-> Deal Women Are Smarter, Sugaree, Lost Sailor-> Saint Of Circumstance-> Eyes Of The World-> Drums-> Truckin'-> The Other One-> Wharf Rat-> One More Saturday Night, E: Casey Jones
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadDate October 10, 1981Venue StadthalleLocation Bremen, GermanySource Audience Recording: Sennheiser MD441 > Sony TCD 5M > Maxell MX C90 tape (Dolby B) 15-20 m in front of stageLineage MC via Nakamichi DR-1 > HD > remaster (see notes) > CD by Bernd WeiskircherTaped by Bernd WeiskircherTransferred by Matt Vernon, Nigel Mouncey
January 12, 2010
What I want to say
I'd like to put out a big THANK YOU to all the people who are involved in this wonderful site.
Don't want to rate anything. I'm just grateful for listening to so much beautiful music.
This show stands for many, many other great and for shure better ones than this...
In music and atmospere I love 70's Grateful Dead with Keith... Philosophy?... All times.
Why I review this one?... Very simple... It was my first and only...
and the beginning of a love, I'm falling in... now for the 257th... or so... time
August 2, 2005
This is not a one-star show & recording!!! Maybe for you academic Thomas Edison taper types, but man, it's pretty damn alright! recording = 3 ; show = 4.5
And I'm not just saying it b/c it's jerry's birthday today either.
I like how Jerry does Shakedown which is a little tepid, but obviously that's not the way he really wanted the show to start, and then they smash through Bertha. Brent's organ playing is particularly strong throughout. Other highlights are predictable: Bird Song, Let it Grow>Deal, Sugaree, Other One, Casey Jones. Dig it!
October 14, 2004
not senn 441's
and also there is distortion on the top end, levels to high maybe.